The self appreciation society.
I recently googled "Mohammad Malik",1 which anyone worth his or her twopence will know are two of the most common names on Earth. Anyhow lo and behold I found that my fantabulous blog was the first result that Google returned. I freely admit to feeling giddy sensations of joy, albeit that the hits (by which google ascertains the popularity of a site) came from a single IP address.
Ignoring the above and this latter fact that everyone who blogs here is a numero uno google, my position as top MM on the web simply affirmed a belief that I have held: I am the bestest person in the whole entire world. This is not arrogance, vanity or stupidity on my part, just solid lumps of fact.
My ponderings lead me to further note mankinds self centred nature and desire to put themselves first. In an age of I, materialism and self, isn't it time you cast aside your selfish traits.
I say, let us return to the altruistic teaching of our forefathers, lets love for thy neighbour, be selfless and above all return to beliefs of expressing unquestioning adulation to a potentate- preferably me.
And to sweeten the deal, I will lend you an extra hour for winter. I can do that, as I am the BeSTest1 in the world. Mummy says so.
1. See what I did there, I'm soo clever. Mummy says that as well.